In the galleries, students encounter Audio-Animatronics, a technology first invented by WED Enterprises during the early 1960s. As a forerunner to contemporary robotics, the Audio-Animatronics technology inspires students to apply critical thinking skills during this hands-on workshop. In teams, students become Imagineers and are challenged to navigate complicated paths using block computer programming. Together, they control Sphero SPRK robots for speed, travel duration, and precise angle of trajectory.
DateMon, Wed, Thu & Fri | 10am–noon & 1–3pm
Cost$10 student, $12 adult